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Sweden has pioneered an alternative to lockdown – and it works

17 May 2020

9:15 PM

17 May 2020

9:15 PM


The culture of social distancing does strange things to us. A few weeks ago I got an invitation to an offline work dinner, and I can’t remember the last time I had such a sudden rush of joy. Even if life in Sweden over the past two months have been surprisingly normal, the truth is that we all have hunkered down a bit.

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